Bridal Tossing Garter Set Specifications
Size: 15″-22″ Diameter (Elastic)
Materials: Lace, Pearls & Rhinestones
Processing Time: 1-3 Days
Payment Options: You can Shop Online from our Shop on ETSY
Delivery: Free local pickup (the next business day after you place the order) or Shipping across Canada & the US.
Shipping Cost: CA$14.50 across Canada and CA$11.50 Across the US
FREE Local Pickup after 2 business days.
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Why Wear a Wedding Garter Tradition?
A wedding garter is traditionally worn just above the knee on the bride’s left leg. The traditional meaning behind wearing a wedding garter is that it symbolizes two people joining together in marriage. Some brides choose to have something special embroidered onto their garters as a representation of their love story with their partner. Others opt for something more traditional like lace or satin fabric with pearls or crystals embellished upon them for added sparkle!
When it comes to incorporating the tradition of wearing a wedding garter into your own special day, there are many options available. Many brides choose to wear two separate garters – one for throwing and one for keeping – while others opt for just one. If you’re looking for something extra special, you could even have both of your initials embroidered onto the fabric! Another way you could incorporate this tradition is by having your maid-of-honor hold onto the garter throughout your ceremony until you are ready to throw it during your reception! This will ensure that no one gets too close and keeps all eyes focused on you and your groom as you exchange vows.
Incorporating this timeless tradition into your special day will not only add an extra touch but will also ensure that everyone remembers this momentous occasion forever!
We ship our products to all the major cities and surrounding areas across Canada and the US, including but not limited to:
Greater Toronto Area: Ajax | Aurora | Brampton | East York | Etobicoke | Markham | Mississauga | Newmarket | North York | Pickering | Richmond Hill | Scarborough | Thornhill | Toronto | Vaughan
Ontario: Barrie | Burlington |Cambridge | Guelph | Hamilton | Kitchener | Milton | Oakville | Oshawa | Waterloo | Whitby | Greater Sudbury
British Columbia: Vancouver | Surrey
Quebec: Montreal | Quebec City
Alberta: Calgary | Edmonton
New Brunswick: Moncton | Saint John | Fredericton
Newfoundland and Labrador: St. John’s
Nova Scotia: Halifax | Cape Breton
Saskatchewan: Saskatoon | Regina
Alabama: Huntsville | Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa | Arkansas: Little Rock | California: Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento | Colorado: Denver | Connecticut: Bridgeport | Delaware: Wilmington
Florida: Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa | Georgia: Atlanta | Idaho: Boise City | Illinois: Chicago | Indiana: Indianapolis | Iowa: Des Moines | Kansas: Wichita | Kentucky: Louisville | Louisiana: New Orleans | Maine: Portland | Maryland: Baltimore
Massachusetts: Boston | Michigan: Detroit | Minnesota: Minneapolis | Mississippi: Jackson | Missouri: Kansas City | Montana: Billings | Nebraska: Omaha | Nevada: Las Vegas | New Hampshire: Manchester | New Jersey: Newark
New Mexico: Albuquerque | New York City | North Carolina: Charlotte, Raleigh | North Dakota: Fargo | Ohio: Columbus, Cleveland | Oklahoma City: Tulsa | Oregon: Portland | Pennsylvania: Philadelphia | Rhode Island: Providence
South Carolina: Charleston | South Dakota: Sioux Falls | Tennessee: Nashville, Memphis | Texas: Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso | Utah: Salt Lake City | Vermont: Burlington | Virginia: Virginia Beach | Washington: Seattle
West Virginia: Charleston | Wisconsin: Milwaukee | Wyoming: Cheyenne |